Get Lea Michele’s Fall 2011 The Row Kelter Embroidered Tulle Dress, Worn at the Hogan by Karl Lagerfeld Spring 2012 Presentation in Paris

Lea Michele is becoming a front-row mainstay for Spring 2012 Fashion Weeks all around the globe. She is really working to move past her good girl Glee image and embracing a slew of designers, showing that she can be a style chameleon.

She was seen in Paris attending the Hogan by Karl Lagerfeld Spring 2012 presentation. For the occasion, she rocked a black dress from The Row’s Fall 2011 collection: the Kelter Embroidered Tulle Dress. She accessorized with all-black accessories as well, keeping the palette neutral and simple. I really loved this look on her: form-fitting isn’t always the way to go and neither is going for the same designers over and over again. She is trying something new and embracing The Row, a brand I would have never expected her to wear. I love the dark, romantic vibe of the look and I really hope that she continues in this vein by taking fashion risks.

The dress is definitely a splurge and not for fashion amateurs: you truly need a grip on your own style as well as having the confidence and accessories to pull it off. The craftsmanship of the Kelter Embroidered Tulle Dress is breathtaking: you are truly getting a wear-forever piece here. It is definitely goth, but also very elegant. A simple belt could also pull the look together and make it perfect for a special occasion.

The Row’s Kelter Embroidered Tulle Dress retails for $5150. Visit www.net-a-porter.com to purchase and www.therow.com for more information. See Lea’s dress on the runway below, worn by Fabiana Mayer.

*Images courtesy of Getty and The Row.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s